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Crystal Bowersox (Rock Singer) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Crystal Bowersox

American rock singer who was the second place finalist for the ninth season of American Idol. She has released singles like “Up to the Mountain.”

She was a street performer in Chicago at the age of seventeen and auditioned for American Idol with the song “Piece of My Heart.”

She released Farmer’s Daughter, her first studio album, in 2010; it reached #2 on the U.S. Rock charts.

She has a twin brother named Carl.

She lost in the final round of American Idol to Lee Dewyze .

Crystal Bowersox Age

How old is Crystal Bowersox? She was born in 1985, she is 38 years old.

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Crystal Bowersox Wiki

Crystal Bowersox Wiki/Bio
Famous asRock Singer
Age38 years old
BirthdayAugust 4, 1985
BirthplaceElliston, OH
Zodiac SignLeo

Quotes by Crystal Bowersox

I have a lot of love and respect for Melissa Etheridge. I love Joe Cocker, Ray LaMontagne, Feist.

— Crystal Bowersox

I’ve been bisexual for as long as I can remember. I remember being made fun of in junior high for that. It was something that was shameful, and it really shouldn’t be.

— Crystal Bowersox

I went into the ‘Idol’ audition with no expectations; that’s just the kind of person I am. If it doesn’t happen, it doesn’t hurt so badly, you know? But once I made it past the first round, and the second, and third – I started to realize, ‘Maybe my goals and dreams really are attainable.’

— Crystal Bowersox

Growing up, my parents did everything they knew how to do to support me. My dad was always kinda my roadie; he drove me from gig to gig. But I got my own gigs. I was this 12-year-old kid, shuffling business cards, calling people, telling them I wanted to play.

— Crystal Bowersox

I know that, as a bisexual, sometimes people who are gay or lesbian look down upon the bisexual community as well and assume that people who are bisexual just don’t know what they want or are just playing both sides of the fence, and that’s not the case, either.

— Crystal Bowersox